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Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
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25%
  
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9%
  
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5%
  
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36%
  
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24%
  



goose 12:23 Wed Jan 22
This coronavirus in China
anyone else worried? 9 dead so far.

CNY soon so the virus will spread very quickly if they cannot control it. It'll be in Europe by the end of CNY if not earlier.

is this the end of humanity?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51202216

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Lee Trundle 10:56 Mon Jan 17
Re: Congratulations to all who've made it this far
Wealth of world's 10 richest men doubled in pandemic - Oxfam

nychammer 3:32 Sun Jan 16
Re: Congratulations to all who've made it this far
Capitol….if the polls are to be believed a vast majority are sending the conflicted biden and his policies packing in 2022 and 2024. Of course I expect them to try every trick in the book to game the system. Fortunately electoral reform and breaking the filibuster required to get it passed are DOA.

joyo 3:02 Sun Jan 16
Re: Congratulations to all who've made it this far
The greatest nutcase

joyo 3:01 Sun Jan 16
Re: Congratulations to all who've made it this far
The greatest nutcase

joyo 3:01 Sun Jan 16
Re: Congratulations to all who've made it this far
The greatest nutcase

White Pony 2:54 Sun Jan 16
Re: Congratulations to all who've made it this far
What a strange individual you are.

Auntie Thermite 2:52 Sun Jan 16
Congratulations to all who've made it this far
Survivors against all odds is what us few remaining are!

Though I can't deny I'm a little concerned now that 3 years into this fun packed enforced game of Let's Pretend [fauci edition] I have yet to have caught so much as a cold, let alone the desperately terrifying whichever is the latest strain being fear-porned into significance on the telly.

I'm due a cold by now given the timescale, luckily I haven't been a selfish cunt (which from universal wisdom was touted as the number one cause of the spread of covAIDs) and somehow simultaneously maintained control over the body's natural reflexive impulse to lick door handles.

So we're at the stage of the game now where it's evidently clear who is and who is isn't a selfish cunt that deserves to die by virtue of having caught it, there are rumours abound that some have even caught it not just twice but thrice!
How selfish a selfish cunt must they be?

With technology at this point we can monitor and identify all those who caught the lurgie these past few years, thus proving their selfishness and cuntitude and perhaps westhamonline could implement some of these safety measures and ban any and all who have caught this lurgie as they clearly are the worst of the worst, kill grandmas for kicks and a threat to the state itself, according to those of sound mind who spent the last 2 years repeating/shreiking every mantra programmed into them by the TV and Lügenpresse at the first sight of an unmasked human face.

As for the rest of you, give yourselves a round of applause in fighting all the odds and surviving this plague beyond the expected just a few weeks.

You're the greatest!

Capitol Man 4:41 Sun Jan 16
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nychammer 8:10 Sat Jan 15
Re: This coronavirus in China

You know there is an alternative where a political party just comes up with policies that the majority support and you lot stopped bending over for the fat orange prick. You wouldn’t make such a cunt of yourself so frequently then.

factory seconds 4:09 Sun Jan 16
Re: This coronavirus in China
bastion of good journalism the sunday express saying all restrictions getting dumped in 10 days, including the face decorations.

hopefully they're on the money.

riosleftsock 1:04 Sun Jan 16
Re: This coronavirus in China
What is more important, Covid restrictions or the Berlin Olympics 1936/Genocide Games due to be held in 20 days?

From Xi'an to Ningbo, there are a lot of people locked down in China due to outbreaks and an Omicron case has been detected in Beijing (but this has been removed from all internet search engines now). Ningbo is iirc the biggest port in the world, imagine what this will do to further wreck the global supply chain.

Mike Oxsaw 12:14 Sun Jan 16
Re: This coronavirus in China
"The concerned" have the freedom to drink elsewhere.

Not sure why they are trying to make an issue out of it - anyone who wants to jack up with this shit will have already done so at their first chance, for reasons of their own.

One pub saying you don't need to be vaccinated to drink here won't make the slightest difference - unless YOU (not somebody you think might exist) are such a person likely to be so influenced.

nychammer 11:32 Sat Jan 15
Re: This coronavirus in China
the 'concerned' are digging AWT out for daring to suggest unvaccinated should be allowed in one of his pubs.


https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-oxfordshire-60001532

Mike Oxsaw 8:25 Sat Jan 15
Re: This coronavirus in China
Not having "The Authorities" looking out for them and telling them what to do is going to give an awful lot of people the shits (industrial variant).

I predict they'll all get even more shouty, demanding even louder that people do as they are fucking well told "for the common good".

nychammer 8:10 Sat Jan 15
Re: This coronavirus in China
I think another month and we're done with omicron.

I do predict another wave around early November though, where we will be told to stay in our homes and under no circumstances should we consider gathering at places like for instance polling stations. We should stay home and vote, and if you're worried that your vote wont count they'll send you an extra ballot to fill out and mail back just to be sure.

BRANDED 7:54 Sat Jan 15
Re: This coronavirus in China
One of the long running discussions:


Get Covid and you’re cool as

NATURAL IMMUNITY VS VACCINE IMMUNITY - AGAIN

I just came across this Dutch preprint that provides further support for natural immunity being broader than vaccine immunity.

It is an analysis of 28,578 sequenced SARS-CoV-2 samples from individuals with known immune status from March-August 2021.

It shows that vaccinated individuals had increased risk of infection by the Beta, Gamma, or Delta variants compared to the Alpha variant. In other words, the immunity through vaccination with one strain was not as strong against variants.

In contrast to vaccine-induced immunity, there was no increased risk for reinfection with Beta, Gamma or Delta variants relative to Alpha variant in previously infected individuals. The immunity through infection with one strain protected equally well against variants.

We also know that vaccine-induced immunity does not last as long as natural immunity (https://lnkd.in/eR-KsS_a)

Even if we see more reinfections with Omikron, such reinfections are usually mild/asymptomatic.

Broader and more long-lasting immunity after infection rather than vaccination is entirely what one would expect, based on what is known about the infection, the vaccines, and about the immune system.

Then why has natural immunity been dismissed for so long?

One reason might be that authorities have been afraid that people would chose infection over vaccination and that would lead to increased morbidity and mortality from COVID-19. I do not think that is a big concern. We all know, that for those at risk of severe COVID-19, infection can be detrimental, and for such individuals, vaccination - even numerous times with different strains - would be preferable.

The dismissal of natural immunity has had negative consequences. One consequence has been that most countries recommend vaccination of previously infected individuals, even though it is not necessary, and they get more side effects. Furthermore, many countries still do not offer a “green card” to previously infected individuals. Such science-defying policies erode public trust in authorities.

Another negative consequence is that this knowledge has not been included in the discussion of vaccination of young people and children. In young people and children, in whom natural infection is usually mild, natural immunity comes at a low price and seems preferable to repeated vaccinations (of which we still do not know the long-term consequences). The discussion has focused on the societal benefits. However, it can be argued that the best guaranty against future epidemics with novel strains of SARS-CoV2 is a big pool of young people and children with natural immunity.

It is high time to recognize the importance of natural immunity and to restore the trust in our immune system.

https://lnkd.in/eAV6dZJp

joyo 7:45 Sat Jan 15
Re: This coronavirus in China
We are at the beginning of the end of this pandemic and the knicker wetting covidiots are now the biggest snowflakes

BRANDED 7:25 Sat Jan 15
Re: This coronavirus in China
I predict now that around the end of March and again at the end of June there will be peaks associated with targeted testing.

fraser 6:52 Sat Jan 15
Re: This coronavirus in China
Australians are easily brainwashed, more so than us.. Been horrific there for those that don't wish to be forced to have a vaccine.

BRANDED 6:40 Sat Jan 15
Re: This coronavirus in China
The Melbourne story is fucking mental. I’m not sure how it got how it did but look forward to finding out how the “best city on Earth” was fucked by one fucking mental politician. I mean what really drive this mental ness. It is like historic nutcase dictators though.

Kaiser Zoso 6:34 Sat Jan 15
Re: This coronavirus in China
Johnson 6:33 Sat Jan 15

Johnson 6:33 Sat Jan 15
Re: This coronavirus in China
Jaan Kenbrovin 5:59 Sat Jan 15

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